I’m in love with these NASA photo’s

The sun and moons beauty is beyond words. There’s something in aesthetics and in topics that are beyond our mind, that are bigger than us. I had this sentence in my mind: He catches raindrops on his window, it reminds him how he falls From the stars back to our cities, where we've never felt so small sources: - 2017 Total Solar Eclipse ''A total solar eclipse is seen on Monday, August 21, 2017 above Madras, Oregon. A total solar eclipse swept across a narrow portion of the contiguous United States from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. A partial solar eclipse was visible across the entire North American continent along with parts of South America, Africa, and Europe. Pho

We’re even capable of building space shuttles to fly through the universe. But we don’t give them sh

The ‘DIY Animalroofs’ is a practical project inspired by the many train and car travels I’ve made through the Netherlands in which when the weather was way too hot to stand outside I was inside with airconditioning and still feeling overheated. Outside I saw all the farm animals; no trees, no caves basically nothing like their natural environment with opportunities to seek shadow… Just plain empty farmer made land (and they had fur too.. oh my.) And all those other days with rain I sat inside while they had no chance of hiding and were completely soaked wet. I didn’t understand… Just at least give them a roof that protects from rain and creates shadow. How difficult is that? So I decided tha

Work in progress

This project will consist out of filmstills in which I’m writing sentences on the wall and filmstills in which I try to combine ‘glass’ branches just to let them fall eventually, and see if they will break or not and if so, how much. It will exist online on my website. I'm inspired by the colours that Pipilotti Rist often uses and her ability to create a feeling as a whole. (I’m not using the same colours, just got inspired by the feeling colours can bring and that feeling of wholeness instead of just an object) and also at the same time I was inspired by a composition that I find both sad and beautiful by Bas Jan Ader in which he photographed himself with flowers. The breaking branches as m

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